Grace Ormond is a Vice President at Barclays, where she works with corporate clients on interest rate and foreign currency risk management. Grace joined the firm in 2011, prior to which she worked in management consulting at Oliver Wyman. At Barclays, she is a lead sponsor for the company’s team supporting the Susan G. Komen Greater NYC Race for the Cure and is an active member of the WiN Junior Advisory Council. Grace earned a B.S. in Systems Engineering and Economics from the University of Virginia.
As a Managing Director at J.P. Morgan Treasury Services, Martha Beard manages transaction banking services for U.S. Federal Government, Global Insurance and Healthcare sectors. She is responsible for driving market share, client solutions and sales performance. Since joining J.P. Morgan Chase in 1986, she has held a variety of positions within Treasury Services, including head of Client Segment Strategy for Corporates and Financial Institutions, and Sales Executive for Brokerage and Hedge Funds. She serves as a board member of CORE, the non-profit entity developing transaction standards for the US Healthcare system. She is a lead sponsor for the J.P. Morgan team supporting the Susan G. Komen Greater NYC Race for the Cure and was a founding member of the TSS Women's Interactive Network, as well as Executive sponsor of the New York WIN chapter. She is also an active member of several community-based organizations. She is a graduate of Rutgers University's Center for Women's Senior Leadership Program. Martha is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and is an active alumni member.
Dr. Patrick I. Borgen is Chair of the Department of Surgery at Maimonides Medical Center and heads the Maimonides Breast Cancer Center at the Maimonides Cancer Center &emdash the only dedicated cancer center in Brooklyn. Dr. Borgen was recruited from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, where he served as Chief of Breast Services, Head of the Breast Cancer Research Laboratory, and Director of the Breast Cancer Disease Management Team. He earned a BS Magna Cum Laude in Biomedical Engineering at Tulane University and his MD at Louisiana State University. His post-doctoral work included an internship and residency at Ochsner Medical Institutions in New Orleans, LA (where he was chief resident), and a clinical research fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering. In addition, he received management training in the Program for Chiefs of Clinical Services at the Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Borgen has received numerous research grants from the National Institutes of Health, the American Cancer Society, the US Army and the National Cancer Institute. He is editor of three major textbooks on breast disease, has contributed chapters to 15 other volumes, and has published over 200 articles in peer-reviewed journals, 139 abstracts and 15 editorials. Dr. Borgen has been Chairman of the American College of Surgeons Breast Cancer Trials Group, as well as a member of the Executive Board of Directors of the American Society for the Study of Breast Disease. He is currently on the Executive Boards of the Breast Cancer Alliance, Inc. and Tulane University and is a member of the American Joint Committee on Cancer, Breast Task Force.
Kathy is a Managing Director at Goldman Sachs, where she is head of Corporate Access in the Americas. Previously, she has been in the Alternative Capital Raising Group, the Hedge Fund Industry Group and the Financing Group. Kathy first joined Goldman Sachs in 1997 in Debt Capital Markets, left the firm in 2002 and returned in 2005. Prior to rejoining the firm, Kathy worked at L'Oreal Paris and Bain & Company. Kathy earned a BA in Economics from Harvard College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Josie Thomas is Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer for CBS Corporation. In this role, Josie oversees the company's commitment to diversity across all of its businesses. She leads multidimensional diversity and inclusion strategies working with senior executives throughout the corporation to develop talent, diverse suppliers, outreach, advocacy group engagement and national industry impact. In addition, she continues to be the executive sponsor of CBS's employee resource groups, while spearheading the CBS Corporation Diversity Council. Previously at CBS, Josie was Vice President, Business Affairs, CBS News, Director of Business Affairs, CBS News and Broadcast Counsel for the CBS Law Department. She was recently elected to serve on the Alliance for Women in Media (AWM) Board of Directors. She is also a member of the Board of Visitors of the Howard University School of Communications, and a member of the Board of Visitors of the Global Journalism and Communications School at Morgan State University. Currently, she is a member of the NAACP Spingarn Award Committee, where she served as Chair in 2010. Josie is a member of the Executive Leadership Council. Josie is a graduate of Harvard College, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley (J.D.) and a member of the New York State Bar.
Regina Fitzpatrick is a Managing Director and Private Client Advisor in the New York headquarters of U.S. Trust since 2001. She works closely with clients, their families and advisors on all aspects of their relationship. Ms. Fitzpatrick focuses on individuals, families, foundations, endowments, and institutions nationwide. Prior to U.S. Trust, Regina was a Custody Sales Specialist and Vice President with Citigroup Private Bank. Previously, Ms. Fitzpatrick worked at J.P. Morgan Private Bank as a Team Lead in their Family Wealth Group. Regina holds an MBA in Marketing from Pace University, and a BA in English from State University of New York, College at Oneonta.
The Managing Partner of the New York Office and former head of Pillsbury's Litigation practice in New York, Ed represents companies in large complex commercial litigation and arbitration matters, including claims arising out of corporate governance, oil spills, tax-sharing agreements, insurance coverage disputes, passenger railcar manufacturing contracts, and long-term supply contracts.
Felice is Vice President/Senior Counsel at Simon & Schuster, Inc. (“S&S“). Since joining S&S in 1988, Felice has held a variety of positions within the Legal Department. In her role, she counsels in all areas of intellectual property, including First Amendment, Copyright, Trademark and handles pre-publication manuscript review. She is responsible for S&S corporate marketing initiatives, including sweepstakes and contests; television and film licensing of S&S properties; domestic and international distribution and licensing arrangements; and oversight of litigation in the areas of libel/invasion of privacy, copyright, trademark, and contract claims. Felice is a member of the New York State Bar Association and a member of the Copyright Committee of the Association of American Publishers. She holds a J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and a B.A. from Mount Holyoke College.
Kelly Mathieson is Senior Product Manager at Digital Asset, a financial technology company that builds distributed ledger technology. Prior to Digital Asset, Kelly spent 26 years at J.P.Morgan Chase and 3 years at Goldman Sachs. Most recently, Kelly was Head of JPM’s Collateral Management and Securities Clearing businesses. Other roles at JPM included Head of Global Custody Product, Head of Online Brokerage Product Management and various product management and marketing positions in Securities Services, Futures and Options Clearing, and FX and Commodities Managed Funds. Kelly has an MBA from NYU and a BS from the State University of NY at Binghamton.
Nicole Gresham Perry is a Founder and Managing Partner of Carpere Group, a New York-based investment and advisory firm that creates and grows consumer-oriented companies through investing activities. Before founding Carpere, Nicole spent over a decade at J. P. Morgan in various senior positions, primarily in Equity Sales and Trading and ultimately in Investor Client Management, managing the firm's relationships with some of the largest global hedge funds. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan in 2000, Nicole spent eight years at Brown Brothers Harriman, one of the nation's oldest private banks, in both fixed-income and equity research, investment strategy and leadership roles in equity sales. She began her career in finance as an International Tax Associate at Price Waterhouse. Nicole serves on the Board of Directors of Women's World Banking, the global microfinance network. She has toured the globe extensively, speaking with entrepreneurs to fully understand their financial needs. She has also served on the Women's Board of the Boy's Club of New York, and is a former Vice-Chairman of the Associates Committee of Lenox Hill Neighborhood House. She is also the National Chairman of the Parent's Leadership Committee of Philips Exeter Academy. Nicole graduated with a dual B.A. in Business and French from Rice University in Houston, Texas and attended L'Institut D'Etudes Politiques in Paris, France.
Dr. Jill Rabin is a practicing urogynecologist for over twenty-five years and is an active researcher, teacher, consultant and media spokesperson. She holds seven patents and one copyright for urogynecologic medical devices. Dr. Rabin has authored three books on women’s health including “Mind Over Bladder.” Dr. Rabin also acts as reviewer for a number of peer-reviewed journals. Among her honors are the Tita Monti Award for Outstanding Community Service and the Arnold Fenton Award from Northwell Health, the George M. Estabrook Distinguished Service Award and the Alumni Achievement Award from Hofstra University. She is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. Dr. Rabin’s biographical inclusion is listed in Marquis ‘Who’s Who in America’ (2011-2017) as well as “Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare” (2011-2012).